Lawsuit Brought Against Port Authority For Its Failure To Rebuild A Greek Orthodox Church At Ground Zero

Ten years after the devastating terrorist attacks on Ground Zero, the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, founded in 1916 and previously located at 155 Cedar Street, New York, New York, has filed a federal lawsuit against the Port Authority, claiming the owner of the World Trade Center, has reneged on an agreement to rebuild the church at 130 Liberty Street, New York, York, in the aftermath of the church being destroyed in the collapse of the twin towers. The lawsuit alleges, “…arrogance, bad faith, and fraudulent conduct” on the part of the Port Authority.
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